Monday, July 4, 2016

Wong Ah Wah Famous Chicken Wing @ Jalan Alor, KL

Henry Tan | 5:10 PM | |
One of the famous tourist spot for good food in Kuala Lumpur will be Jalan Alor. I supposed Jalan Alor is like the food stalls in Gurney Drive, Penang. So during our 3D2N Trip to KL, we went there for the Wong Ah Wah famous chicken wings.  


Jalan Alor located at the 2nd parallel lane to Jalan Bukit Bintang. So it was quite near for us to walk over as we went to Berjaya Times Square, Low Yat Plaza, Lot 10 and Sungei Wang Plaza before dinner. We reached around 7.30pm and the crowds start filling in. One long lane full of food stalls at both side and I find it quite annoying that the foreign waiters from different restaurants will keep promoting their place.  



Wong Ah Wah famous chicken wings located at the end of the road. They are the only one with "Mickey Mouse" on their signboard, so do look for that if you find it hard to locate. I am actually quite surprised that most of the restaurant are full of people. Perhaps they are famous for something too, next time gotta revisit again to try out! Do let me know your recommendation if you know any! 


If signboard is hard to locate, perhaps look for smoke! I am not exaggerating, the small stalls that roasting the chicken wings are like on fire with a lot of smoke. So perhaps that's a good indicator! Getting a table could be difficult if you are not there early. We were lucky enough to get a table but we still have to wait for half an hour just for 4 roasted chicken wings! 


A sets of Wong Ah Wah famous chicken wings consists of both the chicken wing and the drummet which costs RM3.20 per set! We ordered 4 sets. It is expensive! Wait, compare to the 4Fingers Crispy Chicken we had in the afternoon, this was cheaper relatively! But to be fair, Wong Ah Wah famous chicken wings was worth the try. The price can only be justified with the fact that many celebrities went there before. Will I go back again, wait for 30 minutes and pay RM3.20 each? Probably not. 



We were starving that time, so we ordered Fried Bee Tai Bak and Fried Hokkien Mee (Dai Lok Mee). Both were nothing to shout about. Well, that day was just the two of us, so we can't really try other food. But judging from the other tables, seems like many ordered their seafood. And there were super duper lots of China tourist in groups that brought there by tour guides! I wonder how much is their commission? 



There are quite a number of restaurant selling Thai food there too. Maybe we can try that in our next visit. But do let us know so that we could check it out! Thanks!

W.A.W Restaurant
1, Jalan Alor, 
50200 Kuala Lumpur.
Phone: +60 3-2144 2463



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